Love playing games? Like to solve puzzles? Always looking for a new way to have fun? Join us for our Games Learning Party on February 11th, from 4:30pm-6:30pm! Meet game programmers, board game designers, professionals, card game fans, nerds, academics, students, and general problem-solving players. Participate in fun hands-on activities led by local makers, scientists, artists, and technologists, learn new games, and pick up tips to design your own game. Fun for kids, friends, and grown ups! All materials provided.
Assemble provides opportunities for neighborhood children to look, learn, and make in an informal educational environment during monthly Learning Parties. The goal of Learning Parties is to make topics ranging from visual art to robotics to biological science accessible, understandable, inspiring, and fun for neighborhood children ranging in age from 6 to 15. Local kids will discover local resources for fun and learning available to them through Assemble and beyond. Learning Party activities are organized as stations, which are facilitated by a team of local experts, education specialists, and volunteers. The events are self-navigated by our drop-in visitors, a combination of kids and parents, who may spend as much time as they like at each station. Assemble offers a variety of inquiry-based, student centered activities ranging from art-making, scientific and technological experiments, conversations with experts, storytelling, and more.